Deuteromycota

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Deuteromycota,

a phylum of the kingdom FungiFungi
, kingdom of heterotrophic single-celled, multinucleated, or multicellular organisms, including yeasts, molds, and mushrooms. The organisms live as parasites, symbionts, or saprobes (see saprophyte).
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Under such conditions growing mitosporic fungi are detected on metals, and the variety of them determines the corrosion behaviour (Yang et al.
In order to isolate mitosporic fungi developing or present on the zinc-polymeric coating surface the samples were put in Petri dishes filled with a sterile agar medium of malt extract supplied with chloramphenicol (50 mg/l).
The species is not likely to be confused with other parasitic species of mitosporic fungi on Diospyros in the USA.
Twenty-seven species of marine fungi, mostly facultative ones belonging to the mitosporic fungi, were isolated from the holothurians and identified.
Most of these isolates were mitosporic fungi, predominantly Hyphomycetes (24 spp.) and Coelomycetes (3 spp.).